My daughter wasn't breathing. You'd think that was the worst that could happen...but no. It was just the start of a dreadful, frightening journey. She lived. She lived...but was changed forever. Now, my daughter and I began the lonely fight against the doctors, her father, family, and those who said her brain-damaged being belonged in an institution, without any hope for a good life. Had I listened, so very many would not have experienced Lindsay's sparkle, her courage, her humor, and her light. So many would not know Lindsay's story, or have the advantage of her book, providing answers to the search for information and help for those facing the same difficult journey. Will I Be on Television? A Special Needs Child who Never Gave Up, the chronicle of my daughter's amazing life, is a how-to for families in similar circumstances, those who are experiencing the challenges of Autism, Down syndrome, or who have other special needs obstacles. Herein, I offer hope, many success stories, and most importantly, countless resources, including a section by Susan E. Folstein, M.D, Twice Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, for her work in autism and genetics.
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|Size: ||4.0 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781633063877 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|
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